Diane MacDonald


(posted on 26 May 2020)

Art off the Fence is an annual premier summer art show on Pender Island.  To mark it's 24th anniversary this July, the show will go on, reimagined for these discombobulated times.

We have moved from our usual one acre site on South Pender Island to the twenty-four square foot
display case at the Driftwood Centre, as well as online.

Starting Wednesday, May 27th with the Bee Project, you'll find a rotating exhibit of our artists' work in the display case in front of Talisman Books - and on Facebook and Instagram at
Art Off the Fence on Pender Island.

About the Bee Project

There are 20,000 species of bees in the world; they pollinate one third of the crops we eat; a few species are thriving, others are endangered by habitat loss, pollution and climate change.  This exhibition and sale of work by Art off the Fence artists is a celebration of the importance of bees.

Shown below are my photographic contributions to the bee project:



                              Just Cruisin'                                                 Upside Down Yoga, Upside Down World

Stay tuned - Art off the Fence will reappear in late June, again in the Driftwood showcase, with the usual eclectic variety of work that has been a feature of the outdoor show for twenty-four years.

Watch for posts on Facebook and Instagram

Art off the Fence on Pender Island